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Title: Nude Across America Pt.10: Skinny-dip Falls
Post by: jbeegoode on October 13, 2021, 07:49:29 PM
We took a ride down to Skinny-dip Falls in southwestern New York, while visiting DF's brother. He hadn't been to anyplace like that. They were good sports about it all, but strangely, it was uncomfortable for her to be nude in front of her brother after a lifetime of conditioning.

The place is wonderful. I could spend some time hanging out there.

https://thefreerangenaturist.org/2021/10/13/nude-across-america-pt-10-skinny-dip-falls/#more-10982

Jbee
Title: Re: Nude Across America Pt.10: Skinny-dip Falls
Post by: Fishandchips on October 13, 2021, 10:29:39 PM
All sounds like a good experience. Pictures look lovely, wish I had a place like that
Title: Re: Nude Across America Pt.10: Skinny-dip Falls
Post by: jbeegoode on October 14, 2021, 08:45:27 PM
Me, too. It's a couple of thousand miles out of my neighborhood.

However, We do have several wonderful spots in Arizona within a couple of hours drive, maybe some hiking, often seasonal flow of water. It suppose that those falls get lots of rainy days, bitter winters blowing off of Lake Erie, etc. Here, we can go with elevation to get weather that suits our lack of clothing, with the addition of less rain.

Still, yup, that place is very special and safe. I could spend days there like Eden.
Jbee
Title: Re: Nude Across America Pt.10: Skinny-dip Falls
Post by: nuduke on October 15, 2021, 10:40:08 PM
What an utterly magical place, Jbee!
What a country of natural wonders is the US of A.
I guess we might have a similar formation in the UK but you would probably run out of it in 30 minutes walk - not be immersed in it all day and more like this amazing canyon!
John
Title: Re: Nude Across America Pt.10: Skinny-dip Falls
Post by: jbeegoode on October 16, 2021, 08:29:55 PM
The pics of Vermont the next weeks will show grand expanses of forests, with creeks, waterfalls and water features. We were amazed by the nature.

Gotta stop and smell those proverbial roses along the way, but watch out for the thorns on a naked body. That takes some time and a short mile will stretch out considerably.

Redington pass is a relatively small area. The water is generally just a puddle to dip into. It is enough. It isn't an easy walk however.
Jbee